Seeing Jesus - eBook [ePub]

Glimpses of God in My Life

Seeing Jesus - eBook [ePub]
E-Book ISBN: 9781426733949
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Published October 2010

Seeing Jesus contains a series of short reflections that help the reader see God at work in our daily lives. Though Jesus is an ever-present reality in our lives, we often fail to recognize his presence in the midst of life’s storms and difficulties. Through metaphor and story (both biblical and personal anecdotes), Engelmann reminds us that we are surrounded by, sustained by, and empowered by a God who is intimately present in and through all of life’s experiences. Learning to “see Jesus,” to recognize Jesus’ presence in our lives, is a lifelong process.


Seeing Jesus by Expanding Your Context

Seeing Jesus in Letting Go of What We Cling To

Seeing Jesus in the Unexpected

Seeing Jesus When He Seems Far Away

Seeing Jesus in the Storms

Seeing Jesus in the Acorns and Mustard Seeds

Seeing Jesus in When You Are Out on a Limb

Seeing Jesus In the Master Fiddler

Seeing Jesus in Suffering

"The miracles of God are all around us but can we see them? People to help, opportunities to serve, and lessons to learn are all around us, but do we see them? The redemptive activities of Jesus Christ are happening all around us, but do we notice? Do we take them in? Can we really see them with our eyes, our minds, our hearts? Dr. Engelmann encourages us to 'open our eyes' and see the presence of Jesus."

—from the Foreword by James W. Moore

About the Author

Kim V. Engelmann

Kim Engelmann is Pastor and head of the Congregational Care Department at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California, a dynamic church with nearly 5,000 members. She supervises staff, oversees recovery and support groups, does individual counseling, crisis intervention, and prayer ministries as well as preaching on designated Sundays. Before working at Menlo Park, Kim was Associate Pastor at First Congregational Church in Redwood City, CA. She grew up on the East Coast and worked in many pastoral settings there, including working as the chaplain in a psychiatric hospital and a general hospital, and serving churches in urban and rural settings. Kim was Associate Pastor of Trinitarian Congregational Church in N. Andover, Massachusetts, and The Federated Church of Ashland, Massachusetts. Kim has a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care from Boston Univers